C&S EZ Fill Bottom Suet Wild Bird Feeder, Copper

By C&S
Rated 3.3636 out of 5 stars
$16.21 Chewy Price
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About This Item


  • Bottom suet feeder for wild birds.
  • Specifically constructed to hold 3 suet cakes.
  • Features a level indicator so you can always see how much food is inside.
  • Equipped with a convenient hanging chain for easy set up just about anywhere.
  • Built with a hammertone body and copper-plated roof for long-lasting durability.

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Questions & Answers

2 Customer Questions

Will the birds be able to peck at it if there's only one cake in it?
Answer by ChewyApr 20, 2022
The birds will be able to eat with one cake since the feeding will be at the bottom.

Is the metal covering all sides ?
Answer by ChewyMay 19, 2023
The Fill Bottom Suet Feeders have metal on all sides except the bottom. They are designed to feed clinging feeding birds by requiring the bird to cling and hang upside down the feeder.

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Rated 3.3636 out of 5 stars
11 Ratings
Would recommend to a friend

10 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kim on Apr 26, 2023

Great for larger woodpeckers

I initially bought a suet feeder with a round cage when it was suggested that I consider feeding woodpeckers to stop any more holes being drilled in my garage wall. And that worked fine for the small downy woodpeckers but not the hairy or red bellied ones. So I got these instead. Two of them, and now all the woodpeckers can jackhammer the suet instead of my garage. They took to it right away. Best feeder I've had for woodpeckers.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sirkissa on May 17, 2023

I love this

I got this to keep the starlings and blackbirds away from the suet. It works perfectly. Both pairs of woodpeckers, Chickadees and Carolina Wrens eat from it daily. I am ordering another one for my other tree as I prefer this style over the green cage style. The way mine hangs, the squirrels can’t balance to eat from it. (No worries, they get their own peanuts and fruit everyday.)

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DWdw on Nov 18, 2022


Without question one of my best "bird" buys. It easily fits 3 large suets and the woodpeckers are using it all the time and seem to stay longer at them

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By aintgotone on Jul 6, 2022

what does this mean?

The birds do not seem to like this suet feeder. Had it up for a week and few birds used it. I think it is too difficult for birds to get into upside down position without something on the side of the feeder to perch on to get into upside down position. I would not buy it again.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Disappointed on Jul 12, 2022

Birds don't use it

This is a cute little feeder and I was excited to receive it, but after moving it many times and trying suggestions from others, this feeder is impractical. The birds simply cannot find it, so it's a waste of money and materials.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By fatcatmom on May 1, 2022

Pretty but too easy for the local raccoon.

Before the birds figured it out an overnight visitor(probably raccoon) got in, removed the suet level indicator and took 2 of the suet cakes. The birds did figure it out and got started on the last suet cake. I'd started taking the feeder in at night, but one night shortly after dark but before I got home to take down the feeder, the visitor came again and took the last suet cake.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars